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Crazy Furries Are Dangerous

Posted on | April 26, 2023 | Comments Off on Crazy Furries Are Dangerous

Aaron Michael Zeman, a/k/a ‘Tadashi Kura Kojima’

Have we reached the bottom of the slippy slope yet? As someone who has spent years staring into the abyss, I’m rarely surprised by the depths of depravity in our increasingly insane culture, but the case of Aaron Zeman is a whole ’nother level of dangerous craziness. Zeman, 26, was arrested in December after police caught him in Nebraska with a 13-year-old boy he had kidnapped from Utah. Andy Ngo was the first to report that Zeman — who seems to have legally changed his name to “Tadashi Kura Kojima” — is a self-declared “MAP” (minor-attracted person, or what most people would call a pedophile) who was into role-playing as a dog in the “furry” fetish scene. Ngo reported that Zeman used a variety of online aliases, including “Hunter Fox” and “Sadiq Wolfe,” to pursue his victim.

The Daily Mail also reported about Zeman’s disgusting “furry” behavior. Ultimately that behavior culminated in Zeman’s arrest:

An Amber Alert for a 13-year-old boy out of Layton was canceled early Wednesday [Dec. 28] after he was found safe in Nebraska. The suspect was taken into custody.
According to police, [the boy] was communicating with an adult on the internet and left his home late Monday night [Dec. 26] to meet with him. Police said the suspect was Aaron Zeman, 26, of Arizona, and said he may have been on his way back to Arizona or Texas with the teen.
Layton police originally identified Zeman as “Hunter Fox” but later confirmed that is an alias he was using online. Zeman also goes by the name Tadashi Kojima, they said.
[The boy] and Zeman were found in a car at a gas station in Grand Island, Nebraska, at about 1:15 a.m., Layton Police Sgt. Glenn Johnson told KSL Wednesday morning.

The bland phrase “communicating with an adult on the internet” is insufficient to describe just how bizarre Zeman’s behavior was.

As I have previously remarked in other contexts, there is a reason why some things are called “sexual fantasies,” because if you try to pursue such desires in real life, bad things happen. Perhaps your fantasy is to become a “charismatic” polygamous cult leader with a harem of nubile women as your devoted followers. Well, best of luck with that fantasy, but when you die in a shootout with the cops or get sent to federal prison, don’t blame me — I warned you. Of course, it’s easy for me to say this, as I lack sufficient “charisma” to gather a harem of devoted followers, and Keith Raniere never asked me for advice, but the point is still valid: Pursuing your kinky fantasy is generally a bad idea, even if it doesn’t end in a hail of police gunfire or a 120-year prison sentence.

From the DOJ website, Feb. 6:

A federal grand jury in Utah returned an indictment charging a Tucson, Arizona man with kidnapping a Utah teen and taking the victim across state lines with the intent to engage in illegal sexual activity.
According to court documents, Tadashi Kura Kojima, 26, also known as Aaron Michael Zeman, willfully and unlawfully kidnapped a 13-year-old, who he was not related to, or had legal custody of, and took the minor across state lines with the intent to engage in illegal sexual activity. The criminal conduct resulted in an Amber Alert and the arrest of Kojima in Nebraska. Kojima has been provided notice of the intent to seek forfeiture of property, including a cell phone, gaming devices, and a 1998 White Toyota Avalon, which were used or intended to be used to commit or to facilitate the commission of the violation.
The indictment charges Kojima with kidnapping and transportation with intent to engage in criminal sexual activity. The defendant appeared in a U.S. federal court in Nebraska and is in the custody of the U.S. Marshals Service, who will transfer Kojima to Utah. Upon his arrival in Utah, Kojima will appear on his indictment at the Orrin G. Hatch United States District Courthouse in Salt Lake City, Utah.
U.S. Attorney Trina A. Higgins for the District of Utah made the announcement.
Assistant U.S. Attorney, Carol A. Dain, is prosecuting the case. The investigation is being worked jointly by the FBI, Layton Police Department and Grand Island Police Department.

In addition to the federal charges, there’s also the state rape case:

A June trial in Grand Island is set for an Arizona man accused of sexually assaulting a 13-year-old Utah boy.
Tadashi Kojima, 26, Tucson, Arizona, [March 7] pleaded not guilty to three counts of first-degree sexual assault on a child, one count of third-degree sexual assault on a child and one count of resisting arrest. State statutes define first-degree sexual assault as involving penetration, while third-degree sexual assault involves sexual contact. . . .
The max penalty for a conviction of first-degree sexual assault on a child is life in prison.

Did I forget to use the word “allegedly”? Never mind. This guy’s got too many problems to be worried about filing a spurious defamation suit against a blogger, and so if I omitted the customary “innocent until proven guilty” disclaimer, who cares? Odds are that Zeman will either be murdered by other inmates or hang himself in his cell, and dead men can’t sue for libel. Meanwhile, however, John Sexton has a post at Hot Air addressing the Zeman case, reacting to a weird article from NBC News implying that somehow this crime is to be blamed on . . . Elon Musk?

The angle is that there were some difficulties in providing police with information about Zeman’s Twitter account and therefore it’s all Musk’s fault, an assertion that is . . . What’s the word I’m looking for here?

Oh, yes: CRAZY.

The liberal media’s bias is at least as dangerous as “furries,” because journalists habitually mislead the public about the scope and nature of the threats facing us. According to NBC News, we have more to fear from Elon Musk than we do from deranged pedophiles: “Never mind this demented pervert — beware of South African tech billionaires!”

Wait a minute, let me check the word count. Wow, did I go more than 1,000 words into this post without once using the phrase “doggy style”? Must be slipping in my old age, but despite these occasional lapses in my customary excellence in sarcasm, my point is still the same: “Furries” are crazy and, of course, Crazy People Are Dangerous.




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